Thursday, July 19, 2007

Home - Pause For A Hoarse Horse (1971)

This a modest, sweet, vaguely "Band" sounding recording from the early seventies perhaps notable for the appearance of Cliff Williams on bass and Laurie Wisefield on guitar. Some lovely guitar work, solid tunes, good vocals and a dash of mellotron makes this a worthy listen. Soon to be out of print, I expect.
Home were good, competent players, capable of good-natured country-rock with some sparkling guitar.
Following Home's split guitarist Laurie Wisefield came to world attention in Wishbone Ash. Bassist Cliff Williams teamed up with
AC/DC for a lengthy tenure. Drummer Mick Cook went to The Groundhogs.


TheSeeker said...

Now here's the third.


Anonymous said...

One of those great "lost bands" of the '70s. Home's where the heart is!

skoff said...

Thanx for these. Had Alchemist and Home along time ago and remembered how I liked them; Alchemist is a bit less impressive now but heck it was the seventies and everything had to have a ´concept´.
Thanx for your efforts.

bobbysu said...

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Anonymous said...

Great album!
Thank you very much!